Status Page

The Status page includes general system, directory, and licensing information. It also allows you to configure some facets of your SAFR system.


Account Usage Summary


Set up Event removal

Enables the automatic removal of events after the specified time interval.

Set up Event archiving

Enables your event archive to automatically sync with another SAFR account’s event archive. The target SAFR account can be on the same SAFR Server, or on a different SAFR Server. Your event archive will sync with the target Event Archive once every 10 minutes. Events are guaranteed to be synced; if an error is encountered while attempting to sync, the sync will be repeatedly retried untl it’s successful.

Note: This sync does not sync event deletions. Thus, if an event is deleted in the target event archive, that event will NOT automatically be deleted in your event archive as well.

Selecting the Set up Event archive box causes the following dialogue to appear:

Set up Event biometric indexing

Sets up biometric indexing on events. Biometric indexing is required to allow event searching by image on the Web Console’s Events Page or the Desktop Client’s Search by Image Window.

This setting is only visible to users with CONFIG_PRIVILEGE or SUPER_CONFIG_PRIVILEGE privelege levels. See the Desktop Client’s Manage Users Preferences documentation for information about user privilege levels.

Set up Identity removal

Enables the automatic removal of identities after the specified time interval has passed since the identity was last updated (i.e. the last time the person was seen).

Set up Identity synchronization

Enables the identity synchronization feature. This is only available over HTTPS, so an SSL certificate is required. See SSL Certificate Installation for more information.

When enabled and configured correctly, your Person Directory will sync with another Person Directory. The Person Directory that you’re syncing with can belong to another SAFR system, or it can belong to a different user directory within your own SAFR system. See Identity Synchronization Configuration for more information about configuring identity synchronization, including more advanced directory configurations.

Selecting the Set up Identity synchronization box causes the following dialogue to appear:

Set up SMTP Email Service

Configure SAFR so that it can use an email server to send email messages. Before you configure SAFR to send emails, make sure you obtain an SMTP server account that you can use to send emails.

When you click on Set up SMTP Email Service, a dialogue will pop up requesting configuration information.

After you click Apply, verify that the specified email address received a test email.

Set up SMS

Configure SAFR so that it can use a short message service (SMS) server to send SMS messages.

When you click on Set up SMS, a dialogue will pop up requesting configuration information.

If you’re using a cloud license, you’ll see the following dialogue.

If you’re using an on-premise license, or if you select Amazon SNS for your SMS Provider, you’ll see the following dialogue.

License Information

Shows the operating limits of your SAFR license. See On-Premise Licensing for additional information about on-premise SAFR licenses, or Cloud Licensing for additional information on cloud SAFR licenses.

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